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Tree Schematic Contributions

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Well I downloaded the tree file and it was missing some trees so I attempted two of them. The first is the Douglas fir (aka christmas tree). The second one is Rose wood tree. 

screen shots and references

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0By1-lEMv_BuCMEpGU3o1NnE1NDQ

world zip file

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0By1-lEMv_BuCelk2T3NKNFhuQ1k

 

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I'd love to see the ability to eat some birch bark for dinner. If one finds themselves lost in a forest, birch bark can be broken off with a knife, or, with some scraping to your fingers, your bare hands, and the inner part is a tough yet edible type of starch. 

 

Edit: The tapping of maple trees is also something to consider.

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baobab's and jarrah trees?

baobab's could have a way to harvest water from the wood as they store it in their fibres

and jarrah is a surprisingly strong and termite proof deep red wood

a jarrah looks like the aspen in your save but slightly branched at the top
 

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